Created on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 Written by MANDY LOEHR
Riverside High School students will have a new opportunity to learn about other cultures next school year, as the board of education approved at their Tuesday evening meeting a motion to begin an Ohio Model United Nations charter.
High School Principal Andy McGill said the school will be working with the OMUN parent company, the Ohio Leadership Institute, to have a staff member trained in the curriculum and then organize the student group.
“I already have a staff member who has expressed interest in leading the chapter,” he said.
“I see a lot of great things coming of this program. I think it will be a new avenue for students who are successful to gain new skills and confidence, an opportunity unlike anything that we have available right now.”
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